A bill in the Montana Legislature would allow employers to deny workers’ compensation claims for employees who fail to disclose relevant prior workplace injuries.
The bill, SB 116, was proposed by ... Read More
Tallahassee, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – With one senate bill passing through and another stalled, Florida politicians and attorneys have much to say about attorney fees and post- traumatic stress ... Read More
1) VT Senate Works to Pass Workers' Comp Expansion Bill for Mental Health
With a session deadline looming near, Vermont legislators are working to fit in a bill that would expand mental health ... Read More
(WorkersCompensation.com) – National attention paid to the opioid epidemic and the injured worker is increasing, and according to statistics, is now a necessity.
With statistics like pharmacy costs ... Read More
1) CT Medical Examiner's Office Attributes Sharp Increase in Deaths to Drugs
The CT medical examiner's office stood before legislators this week to request more money, as autopsies are up 64 ... Read More
1) WA Worker Busted for Scamming Work Comp System... Twice (FRIDAY)
A Washington drywall worker is in trouble for stealing work comp benefits... in two different instances. He also evaded authorities, which ... Read More
Little Rock, AR (WorkersCompensation.com) – Opt-in or opt-out of workers’ compensation is the question Sen. David Sanders (R-Little Rock) is proposing.
If passed, SB 653 would establish an ... Read More
Since 1990 Jon Coppelman has trained thousands of business owners from Main Street to Fortune 500 on the fundamentals of workers’ compensation cost control. From 2006 to 2012 he was a principal writer for the Workers’ Comp Insider, LynchRyan’s ...